"A stellar introduction to the Underground Railroad, narrated by a group of slaves. Readers experience the fugitives' escape, their long nighttime journey punctuated by meetings with friends and enemies, and their final glorious arrival in a place of freedom."--Amazon.com.
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This book is about a slave family who went searching for freedom. They experienced/went through a lot on the way like quietness,fear, running, and even crawling. The family finds freedom at the end!
This book is about the slaves moving from the south to the north. The underground was a fight for freedom from the harsh treatment of the South to the "free" North. The story of the underground is being told in much simpler way for the reader to grasp the concept of the real events of the underground.
This story is about a slave family seeking independence from slavery. They sneak past where they are being held, and go through trials and tribulations before they eventually find freedom. It is a great book to read to children because it teaches about helping others.
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Freedom. I am free. He is free. She is free. We are free.
"We are tired." "We are free." "Freedom."
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An interview with the Author of Underground
Shane W Evans on Am Buffalo
Interview with the illustrator and author.
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